We want to see church communities building a culture of life through a clear, compassionate, and Biblical response to abortion, IVF, cloning, euthanasia, and any act that violates human dignity.
Who We Are
We work with churches to “turn the hearts of fathers to their children and of children to their fathers” through prayer, education, and cultural inititiatives.
What We Do
Asia for Life networks, trains, and advises on “pro-life” projects, to develop a culture of life in churches and societies throughout Asia.
There is no easy solution to abortion. However, we offer “Intro to Life” as a one-time event to educate, inspire and pray with your church about the life issues.
Facts and Figures
In East Asia, over 50% of women of childbearing age cannot get birth certificates for their child. Most will choose abortion.
Intro To Life Events
There is no easy solution to the problem of abortion. But we are seeing churches catch the vision of the dignity of the human person, and to respond in a meaningful and Biblical way. We offer “Intro to Life” as a one-time event to educate, inspire and pray with your church about the life issues.
What does it look like?
Here are some examples of pro-life activities in various Asian countries.
Our Recent Blog Posts
Joe Woodard, Asia for Life December 21, 2018 The persecuted churches in China deserve attention right now. I specifically want to share about Early Rain Covenant Church, not only because of its stand of conscience, but also because it is a "pro-life church"....read more
Jonny Fan, Director of the Chinese Pro-Life Ministry "Don't Abort on Children's Day" Original article: 基因編輯嬰兒：當人類試圖扮演上帝，上帝是怎麼說的？ In the past few days, the news of genetically-edited babies produced by a Chinese scientist has gone viral. It has received almost...read more
The UK government has increased its spending by 200 million pounds to reduce Africa's population growth. Philippa Taylor, Head of Public Policy at the UK-based Christian Medical Fellowship, explains why this isn't really what Africa wants. Taylor's article shares...read more
Every year since 1959, the United Nations has observed Universal Children's Day on November 20, when they signed the "Convention on the Rights of the Child". But it was 94 years ago--on 26 September 1924--that the League of Nations approved its predecessor, the...read more
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